LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 7th, 5pm : ORLAN

Instagram live with Anaïs Viand, Fisheye’s web editor-in-chief, in conversation with ORLAN, a photographer from the circuit. To be followed on @ParisPhotoFair and @fisheyelemag.


LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 10th, 7 pm : Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska

Instagram live between Fannie Escoulen et Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska, to be followed on @ParisPhotoFair and @fisheyelemag.

Women photographers – A history of photography to be reinvented

A proposal by Fannie Escoulen, an independent curator specialising in contemporary photography. Four sessions on Instagram live, from November 11th to November 14th, at 11am. To be followed on @ParisPhotoFair.


Women photographers in the eye of curators, critics and historians of photography.

LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 11th, 11 am: Anna Telgren

Anna Telgren (Sweden), curator of photography and research director at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm. Anna Telgren will highlight the work of three remarkable women and discuss their role and position in the history of Swedish photography: Rosalie Sjöman (1833-1919), Anna Riwkin-Brick (1908-1970) and Tuija Lindström (1950-2017).

LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 12th, 11 am: Jeanne Mercier

Jeanne Mercier (France), curator and co-director of Afrique in visu. Jeanne Mercier will evoke photography as a tool for resilience through the journeys of three women: Moira Forjaz (Portuguese), Angèle Etoundi Essamba (Cameroonian), and Joana Choumali (Ivorian).

LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 13th, 11 am: Clara Bouveresse

Clara Bouveresse (France), lecturer at the University of Evry/Paris Saclay, curator and author. Clara Bouveresse proposes an exploration of projects carried out in the 1970s by the American photographers Eve Arnold and Abigail Heyman, and more recent work by the Togolese photographer Hélène Amouzou, which questions the status and representations of women in photography.

LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 14th, 11 am: Eva Fisli

Eva Fisli (Hungary), historian, curator, author and publisher, head of the international collection of the Department of Historical Photography at the Hungarian National Museum. Eva Isli will hold a conversation with three Hungarian women photographers born in Budapest: Ata Kandó, Éva Besnyő and Ergy Landau.

DISCUSSION : November 14th, from 2:15 pm : Luce Lebart et Marie Robert

Discussions and meetings around the release of the manifesto A World History of Women Photographers (Textuel editions). A collective project, co-directed by Luce Lebart and Marie Robert, presenting the works of 300 women photographers from around the world, from the invention of the medium to the dawn of the 21st century.

  • 2:15 pm:  Introduction of the discussion by Agnès Saal, senior official for diversity and equality at the Ministry of Cultural affairs.

From 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm: A discussion between Luce Lebart, historian of photography, curator and researcher for the Archive of Modern Conflict collection, and Marie Robert, chief curator at the Musée d’Orsay, with Marianne Théry, director of Textuel editions. Moderated by Fannie Escoulen.

LIVE INSTAGRAM : November 15th, 5 pm: Charlotte Abramow

Instagram live to follow on @ParisPhotoFair and @Fisheyelemag. Scheduled are a conversation about women photographers with Benoit Baume and Anaïs Viand, from Fisheye Magazine, and the photographer Charlotte Abramow.